Dust Free Wood Sanding
Dust Free Wood Sanding Services
When it comes to caring for your beloved wood flooring, what’s the biggest challenge? What makes you hesitate to invest in professional wood floor sanding? It’s clear and straightforward – the mess and the inconvenience of not having the room available.
Wood floor sanding has a reputation for being a messy and, consequently, a stressful process in wood floor maintenance. Stories abound of homes blanketed in sawdust for weeks, or even months, post-sanding. Not just one room, but the entire house. Wood dust has a knack for finding its way into every nook and cranny, despite protective measures.
The New Era of Wood Floor Sanding
Thankfully, the landscape of wood floor sanding has evolved significantly in recent years. It’s no longer the arduous, messy endeavour it once was. But how and why has this changed? Let’s delve into it.
Modern floor sanding machines are now equipped with specialised dust bags and M-Class category vacuums, designed to capture a substantial portion of the dust released during the sanding process. Yet, it’s not just the floor sander at play here. Buffing floors and attending to corners and tricky spots can still generate some residual dust. This is why we still cover personal items with protection before we begin our service.
The Quest for 100% Dust-Free
Is it achievable? Almost! Our dust-free service is available for wood floor repairs, even exceeding 30 sqm. It includes a comprehensive set of restoration equipment. Our innovative approach incorporates a robust extraction unit with advanced cyclonic and HEPA separation filters. This system ensures a cleaner and swifter sanding process.
Dust is extracted on-the-go during sanding and securely stored in easily replaceable, well-protected containers. This prevents any dust from escaping into the workspace. After refinishing, you’ll find absolutely no dust residue on your fingertips when you touch the floors.
Ideal for Various Environments
Our Dust-Free Floor Sanding is perfect for:
- Residential homes.
- Dust-sensitive environments like museums and galleries.
- Educational institutions such as schools, universities, and other public areas with limited maintenance windows.
- Restaurants and hotels.
- Larger residential properties.
While efforts are made to minimise airborne dust, a small amount may linger in the air for 4-8 hours post-service. This fine dust is typically imperceptible and can be addressed during the next cleaning and maintenance session.
Technological advancements in wood floor maintenance have made it possible to avoid the traditional mess associated with sanding. This means you no longer need to contend with residual wood dust after sanding or invest in costly post-construction cleaning services. You can promptly use your newly restored floor thanks to modern technology.
Preparation for the wood floor sanding service is recommended, involving the removal of furniture and valuable items from the room. Covering windows and doors with protective material helps contain any potential dust dispersion during the process. Adequate ventilation is advised, but precautions minimize the transfer of wood dust to other areas of the house.